Google Adds Over 50 Canadian Landmarks to Google Street View [PICS]

Google has added more than 50 Canadian provincial and national parks to the Google Street View feature in Google Maps today, as detailed on the Google Canada blog:

Coast-to-coast, there’s now more of Canada’s amazing national and provincial parks to explore online. Today, Google Maps introduces over fifty new destinations to virtually visit in Street View. From Pacific Rim National Park Reserve to the Hopewell Rocks in the Bay of Fundy, Canadians and people from around the world can now take in more of this country’s natural beauty in Google Maps.

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Long Beach in the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

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Bay of Fundy’s Flowerpot Rocks

On top of coastlines to check out virtually, more parks have been added thanks to Google’s ongoing partnership with Parks Canada, including Jasper National Park, Glacier National Park and Canada’s most southern tip, Point Pelee National Park.

Last fall, Google added over 70 Parks Canada locations to Street View. You can check these out today in Google Maps on the web or on your iOS device.

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